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A Guide to Information on Greenhouse Gases and Ozone Depletion
Published July 1988 through June 1999

FROM VOLUME 5, NUMBER 12, DECEMBER 1992

PERIODICALS...
ROLE OF INDUSTRY


Item #d92dec123

"Corporate Shades of Green," F. Pearce, New Scientist, 21-22, Oct. 3, 1992. A number of reports, with varying views on global warming, have recently been issued by Britain's largest corporations. Some are advocating or using environmental audits in making decisions; the pros and cons are discussed.


Item #d92dec124

"Industrial Ecology Route To Slow Global Change Proposed," B. Hileman, Chem. Eng. News, 7-14, Aug. 24, 1992. (See News Notes, GLOBAL CLIMATE CHANGE DIGEST, Nov. 1992.)


Item #d92dec125

"The Challenge of Global Sustainability," R. Fri, EPRI J., 14-17, June 1992. Contains the remarks of the author from the Electricity Beyond 2000 forum of Oct. 1991.

Points up the importance of technology and of investment by the industrialized world in resolving the dilemmas facing developing countries, and why the electric utilities should have particular interest in becoming part of the solution. For example, it would be cheaper to help a developing country reduce CO2 emissions than it would to achieve the same result at home.


Item #d92dec126

"Hold the Applause: A Case Study of Corporate Environmentalism," J. Doyle, The Ecologist, 84-90, May-June 1992. An abridged version of a monograph published by Friends of the Earth. Details why the newly acquired image of the Du Pont company is more style than substance.

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